This species was usually found in quiet water and was most abundant near the mouth of the Big Blue River.
A month and a half had passed since our departure from Big Blue River.
We hurried on then with every effort toward Big Blue River, where we could find abundance of fuel.
We crossed the Big Blue River, by fording, this morning, and halted there an hour for rest and to water the mules.
That single exclamation settled my wish for conversation while in the Big Blue River.
Tonight we stop off the road to the right one hundred rods, within four miles of Big Blue River.
Arising from the bottom of the Big Blue River, the emigrants are again upon the high and undulating prairie.
Longnose gar were abundant in the mainstream of the Big Blue River but usually evaded capture.
Shovelnose sturgeon were found only in the lower portion of the Big Blue River.
The plains shiner occurred only in the lower part of the main stream of the Big Blue River.